Fast-Nop3227521dThe devrant tag is only for stuff about devrant.com itself though.
There are no "developer rants" because there are only devs here, no finance and HR, so that every rant is a developer rant.
rantsauce291521dI prefer a process than no process at all. Although, I think a process should not be too rigid that it hinders the progress of the business.
Fast-Nop3227521d@rantsauce The point is exactly to prevent business progress turning into fast but chaotic.
In my company, we are really process heavy, but we can bypass nearly all of that for test-only deliveries.
These only need to be marked as such, be tagged under version control and have a short documentation of the software status.
The customers will see all the processes followed for the final production software, but they also can be sure that the result will actually work like they want.
My point was more personal. I moved into new company where standards are higher and it can be painful to adjust to. But that probably comes with territory. Just sometimes it hurts to see your PRs returned when you were so happy to manage everything to be working. Wanted to let of steam and wondering how others dealt with it.
rutee071740521d@gto3000 It's frustrating at first and makes you doubt your skills in the beginning but it feels really good when your next merge requests receive fewer review points. You will get to the point where there is none or maybe just a few minor ones and you will look back to this day and realize how much you've learned.
Of course, not all review points are valid but at least for the valid ones, you grow.
bioDan561521d@gto3000 you are right. It was very hard for me at the beginning as well.
But guess what? You will become better and less affected by each PR you get back. Always remember its not personal and it doesnt define who you are and what you know. However, what you choose to do about it or how you act upon it means more more.
It is expected from junior devs in companies to get PRs back quite often, its part of the learning curve.
In a year from today youll be a much better dev and your PRs will be solid. Even when you'll join a new repo and a PRs might get rejected, you wont take it personally at all.